District seeks advice on how to better resolve special-education disputes

04/19/2010 | Greenwich Time (Conn.)

A Connecticut school district is seeking input from graduate students at the State University of New York at Oswego to help develop ways to address disputes between parents and schools over special education. Students training to be school superintendents are conducting case studies of 20 families in Greenwich, Conn., who took legal action against the school district over special education. Their goal is to determine the causes of the problems and recommend how similar cases could be resolved without court action.

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